17 August 2018
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Lilongwe, August 16, 2018. Former students in Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) from Daeyang University in Lilongwe has encouraged youths in the country to develop their lives through entrepreneurship after a tertiary education. Daeyang University alumni, Michael Chinere disclosed this to Malawi News Agency (Mana) in an interview that youth should…
Lilongwe, August 13, 2018. A Lilongwe based Non-governmental Organization (NGO), Grace Foundation says they are committed to promote education and welfare activities as one way of encouraging citizens to love, take care of elderly people and keep children in schools across the country. The Organisation said this on Saturday after…
  Mchinji, August 8, 2018: Girls Empowerment Network (GENET) has sponsored 240 needy girls and boys with school fees at Kochilira and Sopa Community Day Secondary Schools (CDSS) in Mchinji District. GENET’s Project coordinator, Blessings Phiri, disclosed this on Monday during the training of 20 female career mentors who motivate…
Lilongwe, August 7, 2018. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has expressed the need to provide adequate training programmes Technical College instructors in order to improve education standards in the colleges in the country. Speaking during the opening of the training on Monday at Simama Hotel in Lilongwe,…
Mangochi, August 4, 2018: Vice Chairperson for Mangochi District Council, Councilor Twaha Salanje has urged youth in Mangochi to aim higher in their studies and not to be carried away with “greener pasture fantasy in South Africa popularly known as ‘Jubeki’”.   He made the call at Lungwena Primary School where…
Mwanza, August 4, 2018: Association of Progressive Women (APW) has embarked on a project that is aimed at equipping learners in primary schools of Mwanza through Child-Led Clubs on child rights so that they are protected from child marriage and human trafficking. In an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana)…
Mangochi, July 31, 2018. Chairperson for Mangochi Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Aggrey Mfune says the district tops the list of high primary school enrollment in the country, despite having an increase in dropout rate. Mfune said this in an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) on Monday observing that in…
Dedza, July 28, 2018: The department of Immigration women social welfare group  has donated items worthy K2.5 million to help the Gospel Ambassador of Christ Orphanage (GACO) in Dedza.` Wife to the Senior Deputy Director General from Immigration, Cecilia Nyirenda said every year people from the department contribute money meant…
Dedza, July 28, 2018: A total of 10 teenage girls have dropped out of school at Machese primary school in Dedza in the third term of 2017/2018 academic calendar for early marriages, Malawi News Agency has leant.  The school is located in the rural area of Traditional Authority Kasumbu in…
Mchinji, 27 July, 2018: Youth Net and Counselling (YONECO) says it has ended 24 marriages involving young girls below the age of 18 in the area of Traditional Authority Zulu in Mchinji over the past six months. In an interview with Malawi News Agency on Thursday, YONECO District Manager for…
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500 smart villages receive satellite television access

500 smart villages receive satellite television access

Nkhata Bay, August 16, 2018: Isaac Damian of Chokola 1 village in traditional authority Tengani in Nsanje district and his family are speechless at what President Peter Mutharika and his government have done for them.    For the first time in their life, they have access to satellite televis...